Photographer Kurt Arrigo lived out a childhood dream when he boarded a plane and made his way to Tonga. He made the long journey across the world to dive into the waters and photograph humpback whales. As an experienced underwater photographer, he knew that he needed to keep his expectations in check—one never knows what can happen when working with living creatures. Luckily, the trip more than exceeded what he'd hoped.
Algerian street photographer Imed Kolli uses his camera to form a connection with others.
We're used to seeing sparkling blue, green, and crystal waters, but sometimes, nature throws a curveball.
There are many misconceptions about foxes, and wildlife photographer Roeselien Raimond hopes to prove at least some of them wrong with her ongoing series of fox portraits. Her latest batch proves that while foxes are solitary hunters, they also have affectionate relationships with their family members. These charming photographs capture foxes, young and old, nuzzling in moments of tenderness.
Japan is filled with natural wonders, but there is one in particular that is the muse of photographer Yasuto Inagaki.
Photographer Mitch Dobrowner is known for his artistic storm photography.
Hidden beneath the streets of Tbilisi, Georgia is a whole other world—or rather, a time capsule of the Soviet era. It's a world that photographer Davit Tabagari discovered during spring 2021 and that has fascinated him ever since. A fan of photography since childhood, he's been using his passion to document the historic underground shelters in Tbilisi. In 1921, the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic was formed and then incorporated into the Soviet Union.
Regis and Kahran Bethencourt of CreativeSoul Photography use their skills as artists and photographers to uplift and celebrate unconventional beauty.
The prestigious Underwater Photographer of the Year competition is back and the 2022 winners are better than ever.
The 2021 Travel Photographer of the Year awards are back to remind us of how glorious the world truly is. Photographers from 151 countries submitted their best images, but it was Fortunato Gatto of Italy that took home the top prize. Gatto, who has called Scotland his home since 2007, was selected as the overall winner based on his portfolio of stunning abstract landscapes taken in Alaska.
Nearly 32,000 people submitted their votes and now the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award 2021 can be...
In a world where our differences are often highlighted, a friendship between two baby animals shows what can happen when...